It’s possible that Dead Space fans won’t get to experience the eagerly-anticipated remake until at least late 2022, if a new report is accurate. While the Dead Space remake’s release date was not confirmed in the announcement trailer at EA Play Live last month – not even a release year – the report states that EA is aiming for a “fiscal 2023” release, which begins at the end of 2022.
Rumours about a remake of Dead Space circulated for a long time before the official announcement was made. The game is being developed by Star Wars Squadrons developer EA Motive with Eric Baptizat, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla director. The only thing that was missing from this announcement was any kind of release date.
According to a new report by GamesBeat/VentureBeat, Dead Space will launch “fall of 2022”, which they state is “according to sources familiar with development”. EA appears to be aiming for Dead Space to launch during fiscal 2023, which starts in late 2022. Fans may need to wait until then.
GamesBeat makes it clear that EA has not confirmed any information – in fact, the publisher has only barely disclosed details about the game. GamesBeat was told by a spokesperson for EA that the publisher has not yet shared the release date and did not have comment on speculation and rumor. We are glad that people are excited about the game.” Take this information with a grain.
Although the Dead Space 2 release date is now known, we still have much to learn about it. It will include some deleted content, as well as the assistance of Dead Space 2’s artist director. In the opposite direction, the remake will also remove certain things that don’t fit the criteria to make it more “relevant for modern audiences”.
Publited at Sun, August 8, 2021 15,32:00 +0000